As a Senior: Had a fantastic postseason, earning NCAA Championship All-Tournament team honors after two solid defensive showings...started in all 21 games appeared in for Maryland...had 21 goals on the year, highlighted by a four-goal showing at Stony Brook and two-goal performances against No. 16 Penn State (2/20), No. 20 Boston College (3/20) and No. 10 James Madison (3/26)...registered three goals against No. 12 Princeton (4/13) and a goal and an assist to clinch the ACC regular season title against No. 4 North Carolina (4/8)...also had 29 draw controls, 17 ground balls and nine caused turnovers in 2011.
As a Junior in 2010: Dynamic two-way midfielder that played in all 23 games for national champion Maryland...racked up 22 goals and 13 assists as one of the Terps' top scoring threats in 2010...also added 22 ground balls and 27 draw controls...tallied a point in all but six matches...scored two goals and tacked on an assist in the national championship game against Northwestern (5/30)...also added two ground balls and one draw control against the five-time defending champion Wildcats...had a season-high five draw controls against Georgetown (3/17)...tallied multiple points nine times...had a season-high five points on three goals and two assists in the season opener against Richmond (2/14)...scored a hat trick against Virginia in the ACC Semifinals (4/23).
As a Sophomore in 2009: Jones had a breakout season in 2009, starting in 21 games in the Maryland midfield and earning First Team Regional All-America and Second Team All-America honors...WomensLacrosse.com Second Team All-American and Offensive Player of the Week (3/21)...All-ACC...a solid two-way player, Jones racked up 28 goals and 32 assists in her sophomore campaign...also second on the team in draw controls with 41...tallied three goals in wins versus Virginia (3/6), Georgetown (3/11), Towson (3/24) and Ohio State (4/5)...also compiled a career-high six draw controls at Georgetown...caused three turnovers and picked up three groundballs in Maryland's overtime win at Dartmouth (3/15).
As a Freshman in 2008: Appeared in 17 games for the Terps...scored six goals and dished six assists for 12 points...also tallied a stellar .667 shot percentage...established a career-high with three points against Virginia Tech...scored a goal against ACC-foe Boston College (2/24)...netted a score to help Maryland to a 14-7 win against #9 Georgetown (4/16)...also scored against #6 Princeton (4/30)...tied a career-best with two assists against Loyola (5/3).
Prep: Four-sport star at Poway in lacrosse, volleyball, basketball, and track and field ... 2007 Under Armour All-American ... three-time first-team ALL-CIF and named CIF Player of the Year twice ... two-time North County Times Player of the Year and San Diego Tribune Player of the Year as a senior ... also named the paper's Regional Female Athlete of the Year ... led team to a pair of CIF title appearances, winning the championship as a junior ... named Poway's Multi-sport Female Athlete of the Year twice.
Personal: Brandi Kealohi Jones was born on July 15, 1989 ... daughter of Helen and Kalani Jones ... has a brother, Jason, and two sisters, Janelle and Brittany ... joins Brittany on the team ... Janelle played four years of lacrosse at Cal Poly ... chose Maryland because of the coaching staff and the history of the program ... enrolled in the College of Letters and Sciences.